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we and our nato allies have collected in defense of our country's and in support of military operations. >> so if i understand you crack me this information was likely collected external from the country in which it may have been reported in defense of operations ongoing in the world in which nato participates is that correct? >> that is correct. >> and so let me just ask you this.
that we collected on european citizens. it represents information that we and our nato allies have
. >>> in saudi arabia, trying to patch up damaged relationship. >>> and n.a.t.o. supply root face disruption in pakistan in threat of retaliation of u.s. drone strike. i'm in london with the top stories from europe. including the picasso and the thief. now some of the masterpieces looted by the nazi are discovered in a flat in munich. from this to this. the british police hunt for a suspect who escaped disguised in a burka. >>> the trial of egypt's deposed president mohammed morsi has been adjourned in january. he and other muslim brotherhood leaders arrived to face charges. but it was chaos from the beginning. the start of the trial was delayed, resumed, and adjourned all with mohammed morsi refusing to recognize the court's legitimately. in the rally outside of the trial several people have about arrested, and there have been protests outside of cairo's supreme constitutional court and high court. and here is dominick cane now with how monday's events unfolded. >> supporters of deposed president mohammed morsi outside of the police academy where the former leader is on trial. they say he w
is going to block the nato route. the government says it will review ties and cooperation with the u.s. we are joined by our correspondent in islamabad. clearly this killing of the pakistani leaderer sparked a strong reaction. what measures is the government taking to display their displeasure to the u.s.? >> it's two fold. i think the government in islamabad is content to continue with the rhetoric, to continue with the strong condemn nations against the united states. i'm not sure that the government led by nawaz sharif wants to go as far as the provin shall government of kpk province, which is lead by the former cricketer imran khan. who swept into power in may's election. they, as you have rightly been saying, wants to shut the nato supply routes that crisscross the province and the country in process to u.s. drone strikes. now, if that does happen, it could be a replay of what we saw in 2012 when the pakistani government did just that in response to the u.s. killing 24 pakistani soldiers in a cross-boarder raids, and pakistan blocked supply routes. relationship plunged to lows. if we
a northern province, and has taliban strongholds in the tribal areas. he's demanding nato supply routes be closed. >> translation: i will raise the issue monday in the national assembly. the nato supply line should be blocked. we will not allow nato supply lines until they stop the drone attacks. >> many people in the pakistani government, military and intelligence agencies are pleased with hakimullah mehsud's death. during his time as leader he was responsible for carrying out several main attacks costing thousands of lives, but he was open to peace talks with the government, and that is threatened as the taliban threatens to avenge his death. >> a 2-year rebellion in the democratic republic of congo could be coming to an end after the m23 group called for a ceasefire. it began after a series of mewettinees north and south kibal. they were supposed to be part of the national army under a peace deal signed on march 23rd 2009. which is how the group got their name. >> they gained attention because it was supported by rwanda, which they have denied. troops found mass graves close to the b
. he is demanding that nato fly sy routes to afghanistan be closed. i'm national aso mani will raisy in the national assembly. the nato supply line should be blocked until drone attacks stop. we will not allow nato supply lines until they stop the drone attacks. >> privately many people in the pakistani government and military and intelligence agency are pleased with mehsud's death. he was responsible for carrying out several major attacks claiming thousands of lives. he was open with peace talks with the government and now that ask undethatis under threat as i taliban threatening to avenge his death. >> well u.s. law maker is defend being last week's drone trike in pakistan. the chair of the house representative says the attack that killed the taliban leader will keep the american troops safe. >> this is the guy that is trying to create the problems for both pakistan and he relates with afghan taliban. and has to ar he is the guy thad the schools in afghanistan. he is part of the network that is a giant organized crime group operating in the tribe al areas of pakistan m who have bee
of humanitarian issues? >> nato is still very relevant what is happening below us city level they could engage to solve those problems are three international constitution's in nato right now thinks about what they will do post afghanistan part of the conversation i have had in neat -- nato is afghanistan is a geographical fluke see will be awesome after fighting the conflict will still happen but it will not necessarily require the same things we have been doing so nato, the when like the world bank and asia and africa of development aid talks about to address this. there is a program is never called violence prevention where people using your been designed to prevent balms from happening yet figured out ways to limit its when it does happen. that is like having an effect although it is not military. >> the worldwide marshall plan. >> i would not go that far but it does not get helped by large the international assistance philanthropic donations of overtaken behalf government with the aid battered in talking about the gates foundation many philosophical have a single issue like health so if t
nato russian missile defense, you could actually make it in that sense further relationship. then perhaps even washington and moscow. i think their primary responsibility to lead our nuclear rucks, maybe there is a conversation to be had between the two capitals, perhaps britain, france, and china, as to how they might make some commitments to nuclear arms control. i will stop at that point, and back to you. >> yesterday, a friend of mine presented me with a wonderful record which is called "three tenors" and they were singing with susm synchronicity, i thought, maybe we can do this thing. with nicoli playing the role -- okes aside, i would say that both tom and steve have interesting arguments. i will start with economy, because it is something that we need to address, and we are addressing. there is a community that has 20-plus sub groups that are co-chaired by people on both sides on the ministerial level, and these commissions are working to get better conditions to encourage business -- countries to work together. which is good. we are working also on improving the l re
is going to pass a unanimous declaration not to allow any nato sp supply to entr the province until though tell us the drone attacks have stopped. roslin joins us with more on. this what are the pakistani leaders accusing the us u.s. government of. >> there are two things they are accusing the obama administration of doing. one of violating pac pakistani sovereignty by launching a military attack on pakistani soil without islamabad's permission. and the other thing islamabad is accusing them of doing is skuttling an effort to broker peace talks about the pakistani taliban. therthey are arguing that with e death that basically that everything is lameverything islg to achieve is back at square one. the pack ta pakistani citizens g to be suffering from the attacks within their borders. >>> vandait's widely assumed the pakistani government has been cooperating first with the bush administration and now with the obama administration. it's been the obama administration h that has increased the frequency of these attacks some would argue out of a sense that the pakistanis have not been doing enou
nato routes. the pakistan government will review ties and cooperation with the u.s. we have more from islamabad. >> the pakistani government is outraged at the drone strike which killed hakimullah mehsud, the leader of the pakistani taliban. they, of course, are less angry that hakimullah mehsud is dead, a man that carried out extraordinary attacks against the pakistani states, claiming thousands of lives. they are angry he was killed in a u.s. drone strike. he is a critic of the drone operation led by the u.s.'s c.i.a. agency. they, of course, say that they want to review the relationship between pakistan and the u.s. in light of the drone strike, calling it an ambush on the peace process which was about to begin between the pakistanis and the taliban. what will happen next is harder to say. there are other political parties who want to take a harder line. some wanting to block nato supply routes. the last time was in 2012. that is 201024 pakistani soldiers were killed in a u.s. air strike. when the blockade happened. the relationship between islamabad and washington hit an all-time
west pakistan says it will block nato supply routes. and the taliban wants revenge. >> this man said he shouldn't have come to work but can't afford to stay home. he fears reprisal attacks by the pakistan taliban after its leader, hakimullah mehsud, was killed in an unmanned drone strike. >> translation: people have stopped coming to market. we are afraid the taliban will attack us. i don't know what to do. >> mohammed's fears is based on experience. his market in peshawar has been attacked several times by the taliban. his uncle was killed last month in a bombing. all across pakistan security is on high alert after the pakistan taliban threatened to revenge hakimullah mehsud's death. saying every drop of blood will be turned into a suicide bomber. as well as the fear there's anger. the interior minister blamed the u.s. >> the efforts have been ambushed. it was not a fire from the front. it was an ambush, and we see it as an ambush. other parties want more than angry words from washington. >> the province in the north is controlled by imran khan. >> i will raise the issue on monday in t
of the process. north-west province wants to block nato routes into thailand. >> this man said he shouldn't have come to work today. he said he can't afford it stay home. he fears reprisal attacks by the pakistan taliban after the u.s. killedize leaders hakimullah mehsud in an unmanned aerial drone strike. >> translation: people stopped coming to market. we are afraid the taliban will attack us. i don't know what to do. >> fears are based on personal experience. the storyteller's market has been attacked several times by the taliban. his uncle last month was killed. the taliban threatened too avenge the death, saying every drop of the former leaders blood will be turned into a suicide bomber. beside fear, that's anger. interior minister blamed the u.s. for destroying the peace process with the pakistani taliban. >> you have scuttled it on the eve of the day, a day before, 18 hours before a formal delegation of respected group of religious leaders was to fly out. >> other political parties wanted more than angry words. the border is in the tribal area. they demand that nato supply routes to afgha
friday near the afghan border and the local government wants to block nato supply routes to afghanistan and we report the taliban want revenge. >> he says he shouldn't have come to work today but says he can't afford to stay home. he tells us he fears attacks by the pakistan taliban after the u.s. killed the leader in an unmanned aerial drone strike. >> translator: people stopped coming to market. we are so afraid the taliban will attack us, i don't know what to do. >> reporter: his fears are based on personal experience. the story teller's market where he works has been attacked several times by the taliban and lost month his uncle was killed in a bombing. and security is on high alert after the pakistan taliban threatened to afenge the death saying the blood will be turned into a suicide bomber. besides the fear there is also anger. in a media briefing on saturday interior minister kahn said they destroyed the efforts. >> it was ambushed and not acquired, it was an ambush and we see it as an ambush. >> reporter: other political parties want more than angry words with washington. an
to come out with a plan. otherwise he said that he would be forced to shut down the 92nthe-- nato supply license. the secretary general of nato hoped it would be otherwise. >> i do hope that they do realize that it is also in pakistan's interest to ensure peace, security, and stability in afghanistan. stability along the western pakistani border is different in pakistan's self-interest. >> pakistan doesn't have many choice if you ask me because imran khan said they didn't want a war with the united states, however they wanted the united states to realize that these continued strikes would not do much for the pakistan peace process. they have had thousands of people killed and so they would be hoping that the americans also go for a quid pro quo that pakistan can tell the americans that we will stop your supply lines unless you don't stop those drone strikes. and of course they are also saying that if the next leader was chosen and he was taken out in a drone strike then where would that lead the peace process to? >> well, the man who first ordered the lines to be opened, pervez musharraf
to discuss the diplomatic issues that may crop up is former ambassador to nato, ambassador, as always it's great to have you on the program. >> thanks to be here. >> without knowing the specifics of what has been collected in the nsa sweeps, to what degree do you believe the privacy of leaders has been violated here, and how much damage does that really do to the united states? >> right, well first off, if you're a foreign leader you walk around with the assumption that foreign intelligence services are targeting your communications. >> well, that was my next question. >> others are trying to do that, and you know it. the question only is really is the united states doing this or not. that's what we're talking about today. but is anybody doing it? of course, lots of countries do that and you know it. that gets total second issue. the fact that it's the united states, that's being raised by our allies as violating a trust that some how we're allies, we are together, and therefore it's inappropriate for us to be listening in. frankly, i think that there is something to that argument, but l
is. like one of the things that he says is that nato has not successd any security in afghanistan or he will say that we have at time be in lee with the taliban. and i asked him directly. i said what possible motive have to be in league minutehe taliban for one when they are killing our men and women and your men and women? what could possibly be our motive? he has been well, trying to figure that out himself. [ laughter ] >> and then he -- i said well, hurts, it hurts. the american people hear you is almoste way, he alone in terms of the leadership of that country that doesn't makegh it much difference whether we come or stay. he is almost alone. you talk to the ministers you talk to the educators there, they want us to stay. we can't stay. can have a residual force but we can't stay. and so finally he says well, he said there has been a western of divided rule. and conquer here in afghanistan. that is the best he could do. or 100e what happened 50 years ago. or when the brits or russians or whoever. >> alex and. >>> alexander. than i do.k further anyway, that is it. and i just t
beyond that, reviving economic partnership, the cut off was an unusual step taken because n.a.t.o. accidently, as we say flippantly kill dozens of pakistani soldiers in this case a taliban leader. in the long run the relationship could be improved. there are those experts of the pakistani taliban who believe mama sad's removal could cause the taliban to split. there is a going to be a split. >> they said that this would have an impact on the peace process in pakistan. what about the impact on the peace process in afghanistan trying to engage the taliban in afghanistan as the u.s. prepares to withdraw in 2014. do you see it having an impact at all on that? >> that's a good question. just to point out the pakistani peace process had really not gotten anywhere. this may delay it. but with respect to the afghan peace process there are problems impeding that, recognition, security, suspicions about u.s. motives, and soen, i think that i think what is going to happen is a factor and will need support for any peace process or peace agreement, but i don't think this strike will have a big
nato supply routes to afghanistan be closed. >> i will raise the issue on monday in the national assembly. the nato supply lines should be dropped until drone attacks stop. we will not allow nato supply lines to continue until they stop the drone attacks. >> reporter: >> reporter: during his time as leader, he was responsible for carrying out several major attacks claiming thousands of lives. but he was also open to peace talks with the government, and now that is under threat as the pakistani taliban threatens to avenge his death. tyab, islamabad. >> one lawmaker defended the drone attack. the chair of the house's permanent committee says the attack will protect american troops. >> this is the guy trying to create the problems both for pakistan. he relates with afghanistan taliban. these are the folks that closed 500 schools, most of them girls' schools in the eastern provinces of afghanistan. he is part of the hakani network, which is basically a giant organized crime group operating in the tribal areas of pakistan who have been involved in supporting al-qaeda, taliban, and ot
records are misleading and that much of the data was actually collected by nato allies. danielle nottingham has this report. >> reporter: intelligence officials told lawmakers trying to figure out what foreign leaders are up to is spying 101. >> it's one of the first things i learned in intel school in 1963. >> reporter: but some members of congress argue the implications really problematic. >> it could put the united states in a difficult position. >> reporter: revelations that the national security administration eavesdropped on allies including german chancellor angela merkel brought international criticism and delegates to washington. >> never spy on your friends. >> reporter: the white house says all intelligence gathering is under review. >> we understand the concerns that have been raised, and we have been working with our friends and allies. >> reporter: and the nsa director is refuting reports in foreign papers that the u.s. spies on european citizens. >> to be perfectly clear, this is not information that we collected on european citizens. it represents information that
and shaking him and calling oh two was an eighteen pc between two lbs off nato countries as she and i scrapped with the collar to keep its defence is strong at the time affording me the key spending. jilly nice because it is cost. i knew the defense minister as active process meeting is that they need donations act as feed her knee she was eating a class to help small and neat undies. these classes of countries would join keep the white some http been a tease when to let up new ones for the benefit of people in alliance with any nation coordinating the efforts. the idea would be a veal scotland that can be on the old european need to countries such as fifty with the feuding in soft shot itself which was exposed to the mini pill bombing campaign off to india in twenty seven. gemini the tv screen at other geeks nine course twenty two and two cars and six tools troops based income and as a false god a stunt in the wind and silent. the jewel in defence minister said he was quite fitting that of honest on the feast of security issue was off the future of biden's those. guests on the market in asia
. at this point nato is just one big ass pile. but the merkel jerks out there keep saying but remember what obama said in his 2008 berlin speech. >> true partnership and true progress requires constant work and sustained sacrifice. they require allies who willi will listen to each other, learn from each other and most of all trust. >> listen, learn, trust. two out of three isn't bad. >> nsa spying scandal just won't go away. now congress is preparing to step in with landmark legislation that could drastically change what the agency does and how they do it. how to scare pirates on the open seas? by blasting britney spears. world series didn't end with a ridiculous play but one team is one play away from a title. this is way too early. good morning everybody, brian shactman. nfl game in st. louis last night as well.
east and europe. turkey's economic ties with china are becoming stronger. but, as a nato member and a key ally of the united states, it's important for turkey to strike a strategic balance in east asia. that means japan will remain an important partner. nhk world, tokyo. >>> a japanese research team says most of the radioactive cesium that fell on the forest floor after the accident at the fukushima plant is still in the same place. researchers from the japan atomic energy agency installed monitoring equipment in woods near fukushima prefecture in may 2011. that was two months after the accident. they hope to learn how cesium moves from fallen leaves to soil. the results show that rain washed it off leaves six months after the accident. the researchers say that as the leaves decomposed, the cesium moved into the soil. after two years of research, they say that only about 0.1% to 0.2% has reached a depth of 10 centimeters. >> translator: the results suggest that the cesium has not penetrated deep into the ground. i think the findings will be useful to decontaminate affected areas
and our nato allies have collected in defense of our country, and in support of military operations. >> for the last several month, documents that the whistleblower edward snowden leaked showed a dragnet beyond france and spain. it's failed to become a major issue in washington. the bugging of angela merkel's phone received attention because the strategic implications of being caught. the focus worries a visiting delegation of european parliament airians investigating the scale of the u.s. program. >> spying on friends, not just on leaders, on citizens. >> tuesday's hearing was primarily about the u.s.'s domestic surveillance operations with james clapper and keith alexander key to restrict changes to variability of collecting data of u.s. citizens. >> more to come on al jazeera. coming home to start again. we are in the philippines town of zamboanga, where the standoff destroyed the homes of 10,000 families. and women out of work in iran. we look at the underrepresentation in the country's labour force. stay with us. >>> welcome back. a recap of the top stories - another senior lea
the right to conscientious and action is being debated in turkey. the results could affect the size of nato's second largest, 75% of which consists of conscripts. >> defeating l'oreal, 2-0. l'oreal starting their season -- it was an even game of few chances. american international broke the deadlock with 17 minutes to go. sure of the made result in the closing seconds. [cheers] elsewhere, a big shock as second division, the 2011 league a poor start to the season continues. division with an extra goal from emerson. david beckham is starting a major-league soccer franchise in miami. he had the option to become -- he joined the la galaxy six years ago. provisionally, the franchise was active from 1998 to 2001, for closing due to or crowd -- due to poor crowd. jock of its reached the paris hebert., defeating he played the tennis of his life and even had two setpoints. a tiebreak was forced, which ? which won. he posted at 6-3. seed.erican 13th the disappointment for home favorite jo-wilfried tsonga her. despite -- he blew hot and cold in the next sets. in the second set, it went to a tiebreak.
's saying about what the motive is. he says that nato has not achieved any security access in afghanistan or say that we have timed out a leave with the afghanistan taliban. what possible motive could we have to be in league with the taliban for one minute when they are killing our men and women and your men and women? what could possibly be our motive? he said he's been trying to figure that out himself. [laughter] then i said it hurts. it hurts. the american people hear you and he's almost alone in terms of the leadership of the country and act as though it does not make much difference in whether we come or stay. the educators there want us to stay. we can have a residual force, but we cannot stay. finally, he says, there has been a western history of divided rule, divide and conquer, that's the best he can do. what happened? when the brits, the russians, whoever -- alexander. you go back further than i do. that's it. i just told him, you know, you are undermining a goal which you obviously want which is for there to be some kind of a residual presence in your clearly -- your people cl
that were launched last week. a political party wants to block nato supply routs into afghanistan. >> officials in france are condemning the killings of two reporters. they were kidnapped, shot and had their throats cut. they had been warned that their trip to the west african nation was dangerous. >> no one knows who took them and and why they were killed. ghislaine dupont and claud verlon worked for radio france internationale. ghislaine dupont and claud verlon were found dead a few kilometres away from kidal. the tuareg rebel leader they interviewed before being abducted describes what happened. >> translation: i heard an unusual noise in the street. their car was parked in front of my house, about 10 metres interest the door. i went out to see what was happening. once i got to the door i saw a car, a pick-up next to theirs. there was a mon on the ground with a weapon. he pointed at me and said, "go back inside, go back." i went in, afterwards they took off with the two journalists, leaving in a hurry. >> an official statement in paris said the french military warned the journa
politician threatening to cut off nato supply routs. tee t terminal three has reopened. two french journalists are abducted and killed by gunmen in northern mali, the same area where government helped defeat rebel fighters months ago.
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the allies are just screwing around on everybody else. at this point nato is just one big ass pile. but the merkel jerks out there keep saying but remember what obama said in his 2008 berlin speech. >> true partnership and true progress requires constant work and sustained sacrifice. they require
information that we and our nato allies have collected in defense of our countries. >> media reports say the nsa tapped german chancellor angela merkel's cell phone and monitored the communications of other foreign leaders. the reporters based their stories on information provided by former u.s. intelligence contractor edward snowden. the spying allegations have forced officials in the white house to promise changes to how they gather information. >>> u.s. forces are trying to break up a group of militants in east africa linked to al qaeda. they've killed two members of al shabaab in a drone strike. the militant group is based in southern somalia. interior ministry officials there said two of its members
. it represents information that we and our nato allies have collected in defense of our countries and in support of military operations. >> question, does the cooperation of european intelligence services blunt the issue of u.s. eves dropping? pat. >> john, what the united states did was the nfc got the addresses and phone numbers of 35 of our closest friends, turned them over to the nsa and said tap and cape every single one of them. when you do that, you aught to expect that some of your friends are going to get ticked off at you and some are going to be exfriends. >> the second day story was that the french and the germans who collected all this stuff and shared it with us. so you know, i think people need to -- >> it's a wonderful world. >> it's the world we live in and we should be grateful we haven't been hit for a decade. >> there's one problem, they got caught. we changed everything. >> you know you had to think about it, but look, this guy, snowden, had access to all this material and was able to walk out of it, tells you something about the security we have. it's absolutely crazy
the allies are screwing around on everybody else. at this point, nato is just one big ass-pile. (laughter) but the merkel jerks out there keep saying ooh, but remember what obama said in his 2008 berlin speech? >> true partnership and true progress requires constant work and sustained sacrifice. they require allies who will listen to each other, learn from each other, and, most of all, trust each other. (cheers and applause). >> stephen: listen, learn, trust. you know, two out of three ain't bad. (laughter) i just hope the europeans can find in the their hearts to trust us again so they'll start talking about things on the phone that are worth listening to. here to tell me if they ever will is pulitzer prize winning national security correspondent for the "new york times" mark mazzetti. mark, thanks so much for being here. (cheers and applause) good to see you. okay, you are the author of "the c.i.a. secret army and war at the ends of the earth called the way of the knife." so let's talk about this. are we doing this? >> yeah, it seems that certainly the u.s. is doing pretty much most of
, but collected from a number of sources by the u.s. and nato allies in support of military operations abroad. here's how they made that case at the hearings today. >> the assertions by spain, italy, that nsa collected ten of million of phone call are completely false. to be perfectly clear, this is not information that we collected on european citizens. it represents information that we and our nato allies have collected in defense of our countries and in support of military operations. >> so in effect, they're saying that one of the strongest reasons for this anger we've been seeing from europe started with nothing. the misinterpretation, erin, of a single power point slide. >> wow, we shall see. that was the tip of the iceberg. thanks so much to you. >> republican senator rand paul sits on both the foreign relations and homeland security committees. great to have you with us. you heard james clapper's response. are they spying on america? and his answer was categorical, absolutely. if that's true, should america stop spying on its closest allies? >> i guess the real question, who is in cha
the leader of the taliban. one politician threatening to cut off nato supply routs. tee t terminal three has reopened. two french journalists are abducted and killed by gunmen in northern mali, the same area where government helped defeat rebel fighters months ago. >> pakistan's government demanded a meeting with the u.s. amdas door in response to the drone attack that killed hakimullah mehsud, the leader of the pakistani taliban. they are accusing the u.s. of interfering with peace talks. >> the efforts have been ambushed. it will - it was not acquired from the front, it was an ambush. we see it as an ambush. >> the chief minister of the province is standing here with me. they have decided that god willing the assembly will pass a unanimous declaration not to allow native supply to -- nato supply to enter the province until the drone attacks are stopped. >> rosa lined joins us. what are pakistani leaders accusing the government of. >> there's two things the pakistani government is accusing the u.s. of doing. one is violating authority, launching an attack on pakistan soil without islamabad'
politician threatening to cut off nato supply routes. >> he indicated anger and malice towards the tsa officers. >> investigators look at what may have motivated the fatal attack at los angeles international airport. >> two french journalists are abducted and killed in northern mali. the same area where the government helped to defeat those fighters months ago. . >>> pakistan's enemy number one is dead. hakimullah mehsud was killed in a u.s. drone strike along with four others. but the pakistani government and politicians are denouncing the killing, saying the strike derailed planned peace talks. >> the efforts have been ambushed. it was not acquired from the front. it was an ambush. we see it as an ambush. >> pakistani taliban fighters secretly buried their leader on saturday, but vowed a wave of rerevenge suicide bombings. some pakistani lawmakers are demanding that u.s. supply lines into afghanistan be blocked as a response. >> the chief minister is standing here with me. they have decided that god willing the assembly will pass a unanimous declaration not to allow nato supply to en
will raise the issue on monday in the national assembly. the nato supply line should be blocked until drone attacks stop. we will not allow nato supply lines to enter until they stop the drone attacks. >> many people in the pakistani government and military and inteintelligence agencies are pleased with mehsud's death. he planned several major attacks and claiming thousands of lives, but was open to peace talks about thwiththe government and s gone now that the taliban threatens his death. >> a u.s. law maker is defending the drone strike in pakistan. mike rogers says the attack will protect american american troop. >> this is the guy that is trying to create problems both with pakistan and he relates with afghanistan taliban and these are the guys that closed 500 schools and most of them girl's accidents o schools in tn province of afghanistan and he is part of a network that is a giant organized crime group that have been involved in supporting al qaeda and taliban and others. this was a bad guy. and by the way there is some information recently that concerned us about the safety of our t
everybody else is doing it too. they claim some of the information came from nato allies, not u.s. spying. greece has admitted to spying on the u.s. and others in the 1990's at the hearing. james clapper made it clear the u.s. is in good company. >> you believe that the allies have conducted or at any time any type of espionage activity against the united states of america, our intelligence service leaders or otherwise? >> absolutely. >> he said the white house was aware the n.s.a. oversees eavesdropping all along, but may not have known specifics. >> russian leaders denying reports of spying on overseas leaders. they are accused of passing out bugged gift bags at last months g-20 summit. the report by two italian newspapers say delegates were given memory sticks and phone chargers equipped with spyware. it's unclear how many leaders received the bags or used the free bees. >> edward snowden can earn a ticket out of russia if he testifies about spying. germany are investigating reports the u.s. tapped their chancellors phone. snowden is wanted in the u.s. for revealing n.s.a. secrets. ger
was elected. harry truman was elected. a busy second term. some the highlights. guest l bushman of nato. the korean war. -- and the establishment of nato. the assassination attempt. the 22nd amendment. how challenging a time was the second term? what's the first year was steady to be their happiest in the white house. they thought here is the chance, harry thought because this was when the fair deal started. it really started to kick off. then things go horribly wrong. largely because of korea. and shatters the economy the people's faith and ham and their willingness to understand and he -- in him and their wilderness to he threw a lot of mother. -- mud. >> bess spent more time in the white house. and forth.going back because of family issues. they reestablish their partnership. they get over the personal tensions they had in the early days when she was feeling a little left out. union is happier and steadier for a second term. >> let's take a look -- a call from lewis. opinionwas mrs. truman about her husband's association with tom pendergast? i know you mentioned him, what was her thi
that we and our nato allies have collected in defense of our countries and in support of military operations. >> reporter: now, there is strong sentiment in congress to rein in the powers of n.s.a. by prohibiting the mass collection of u.s. phone records but intelligence warned today, scott, that could put the country at higher risk. >> pelley: they made history again today on wall street. the dow jones industrial average was up more than 111 points to close at an all-time high of 15,680. the s&p closed up nearly 10 to a record 1,771 and change. we say that's history, but history isn't all that rare these days. that is the 32nd record close of the year for the dow. the 33rd for the s&p. senior business correspondent anthony mason is here. anthony, what companies are leading the way? >> reporter: it's not really any one stock leading this really, scott. it's nearly almost all of them. nearly nine out of 10 stocks on the s&p 500 are up this year putting that index on the best course for a decade. boeing is up 72%. nike up 47%. american express up 45%. and disney up 38%. and, again,
of wildlife military training sites which are often protected and many nato member states are sitting in silence oh five deficit the military training areas throughout europe and north america are among the richest and most important sites will find that this is the often because they are that it's not open to the general . but also because environmental awareness and why spectacle use of natural resources is encouraged among soldiers military training areas are increasingly recognized as sites of high biodiversity and large numbers of threatened and endangered species. exports from india its beans and nine. listen to it in fooling you into watching it in two thousand that the ufc is the main import of indian spices contributed sixteen points and up until the next week that you like dirt bikes i know that nine percent annually and maybe share each week six but since it's sunday a baby on the menu she jumped on singapore and the uk. i don't need to destinations for beginning sports it is that the european union to open them on this commendable that the ongoing sovereign debt crisis and
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